This week's subscription commentary is called Revolutions and talks a little about some history oft forgotten I do know I made a slip of the lip on Gettysburg but that's the risk of impromptu commentary Do you want to hear the whole thing, well that's easily arranged simply hit DaTipJar: And as soon as I … Continue reading Subscription Commentary: Revolutions
Saturday at Noon EST on DaTechGuy on DaRadio we talk the 2nd Egyptian Revolution and the Muslim Brotherhood Ray Hanna from the Boston Chapter of Act for America will join us to talk about the Revolt, what it means for Egypt and the Coptic Christians who are already paying the price. In the second hour … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Saturday Noon Till 2 EST Ray Hanna, Robert Spencer UPDATE: Pam Geller Hour 1!
I've been hard on the British Home office over the exclusion of Pam Geller and Robert Spencer from England as an attack on one basic freedoms to the point where I've asked to be included in their exclusion from England. But there is at least one bright side to the story. Pat Condell in his … Continue reading The British Home office: A uniter not divider.
A while back I introduced you to Gehad El-Haddad and noticed something interesting about his twitter stream doesn’t it strike you as odd that you have to go down 5 pages before you find a single tweet in Arabic, and that a retweet? If this man is communicating to the people of Egypt, to the … Continue reading Gehad El-Haddad and the language of propaganda
Spengler's article quoted by Glenn last night pointed out something critical about the situation in Egypt concerning the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Saudi Monarchy. Egypt’s people embraced the military because they remember that the military used to feed them. In fact, the military probably can alleviate the food crisis, because — unlike the Muslim Brotherhood– … Continue reading Egypt’s Military, Saudi Princes without the oil